[R] Learning - Example programs

Gabor Grothendieck ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 17:57:47 CET 2006

In addition to what others have said go the R home page,
and under Documentation on the left hand side click on Other
and look at that plus from that page click on Contributed Documents
which is a link on that page.  Also this has lots of code:

On 1/28/06, Martin P. Holt <theholts at care4free.net> wrote:
> I'm working my way up the learning curve for R. A method of learning I find
> very effective is to work through an existing program. Are there any
> libraries or archives of R programs on the web ? If not, would this be a
> good idea for the R website ?
> I hope this is not a FAQ: I have checked as far as I can.
> Best Wishes,
> Martin Holt
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